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Old 07-02-2010, 02:49   #1
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Copper Triangle

Due to my annual spending season (winter on-cradle sailing) some tips needed.
As one side coated with four coats of "coppercoat" and another side stripped down to gel I found myself in classic triangle:
1 apply new copper to the both side (if no problem with overcoating)
2 apply epoxy to stripped side then prime both sides and apply hard antifouling
3 unknown idea or worst scenario of stripping another side as well.
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Old 07-02-2010, 20:47   #2
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How can you end up with two different sides like that? I only see one option now and that is to strip the other side to gelcoat too and keep it symmetric from then on ;-)

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